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  • Yes, it is a public disaster.

    The war on drugs has not reduced drug consumption at all. It has only caused millions of Americans to suffer from the effects of prison records. It is time to move past the drug war and look at drug use as a public health issue. This will allow more people to get help and ruin fewer lives.

  • Yes the war is lost

    Living 60 miles from the border for the better part of 50 years the only thing that has really changed is that drugs are cheaper and more available then ever before. The only noticeable change is the drug enforcement agency is more bloated with out a significant increase in boots on the ground. As long as there is demand there will be a supply. More drugs are being used then ever before. Check Cartels estimated money take for the last couple of years. Just because you can't see doesn't mean it's not happening.

  • Yes, the war on drugs is not working.

    Drugs will always exist in society, with people trying them for recreational and other purposes, and with the government having little ability to control these private affairs. The War on Drugs - or efforts to eradicate the trading and consumption of drugs - is, therefore, ultimately unwinnable. War on drugs is simply too expensive.

  • Yes the war is lost

    Living 60 miles from the border for the better part of 50 years the only thing that has really changed is that drugs are cheaper and more available then ever before. The only noticeable change is the drug enforcement agency is more bloated with out a significant increase in boots on the ground. As long as there is demand there will be a supply. More drugs are being used then ever before. Check Cartels estimated money take for the last couple of years. Just because you can't see doesn't mean it's not happening.

  • I have to say no

    The only reason I can say no is because of the amount of drugs that are confiscated every day by the "good guys". If all those drugs got to the people who use them and those who want to try them there would be so much crime and even more deaths happening.

  • No, the war on drugs is not lost

    No, the war on drugs is not lost. In fact, drugs to not seem to be as popular today as they have been in previous periods in history. Most people are willing to listen to the message that drugs are damaging to them. People seem to be more health conscious today then in the past.


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